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GOOD SPORTS. SWANSEA DOCKSMEN IN EVIDENCE. Swansea docksmen are responding gal- lantly to the, many patriotic calls being made upon them just now, aaid cne gentleman, who prefers to remain anonymous, has disposed of nearly 250 worth of tickets amongst hds. friends ÍGr the -ii, "Daily Post boxing tournament at the Swansea Empire on Satur- day next. Another gentleman, Mr. Charles Clewes, whose continual dc .-is of philanthropy are known to aJl a people, has purchased three whole rows of seats for the tournament, and we understand t.hat two of these rows will be reserved fcr wounded soldiers. A large number of men from the 23rd Welsh Regiment, at Porthcawl are accom- panying their band to Swansea to see the groat contest between Jimmy Wiluc and Pte. Billy Puowlands, one' of their comrades-in- arms. Thanks to Mr. Rolls, the ladies of "The Other Department" revue, at the E^ mpire this week, will dispose of the programmes. Instead of making a fixed charge for tho I programmes, the public can drop any amount of money they like into the boxes, and the proceeds will go to the War Prisoners Fund.

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